2.15 TypedPropertyValue

The TypedPropertyValue structure represents the typed value of a property in a property set.


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Type

Padding

Value (variable)

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Type (2 bytes): MUST be a value from the PropertyType enumeration, indicating the type of property represented.

Padding (2 bytes): MUST be set to zero, and any nonzero value SHOULD be rejected.

Value

Meaning

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As required.

Value (variable): MUST be the value of the property represented and serialized according to the value of Type as follows.

 Type

 Format

VT_EMPTY (0x0000)

MUST be zero bytes in length.

VT_NULL (0x0001)

MUST be zero bytes in length.

VT_I2 (0x0002)

MUST be a 16-bit signed integer, followed by zero padding to 4 bytes.

VT_I4 (0x0003)

MUST be a 32-bit signed integer.

VT_R4 (0x0004)

MUST be a 4-byte (single-precision) IEEE floating-point number.

VT_R8 (0x0005)

MUST be an 8-byte (double-precision) IEEE floating-point number.

VT_CY (0x0006)

MUST be a CURRENCY (Packet Version).

VT_DATE (0x0007)

MUST be a DATE (Packet Version).

VT_BSTR (0x0008)

MUST be a CodePageString.

VT_ERROR (0x000A)

MUST be a 32-bit unsigned integer representing an HRESULT, as specified in [MS-DTYP] section 2.2.18.

VT_BOOL (0x000B)

MUST be a VARIANT_BOOL as specified in [MS-OAUT] section 2.2.27, followed by zero padding to 4 bytes.

VT_DECIMAL (0x000E)

MUST be a DECIMAL (Packet Version).

VT_I1 (0x0010)

MUST be a 1-byte signed integer, followed by zero padding to 4 bytes.

VT_UI1 (0x0011)

MUST be a 1-byte unsigned integer, followed by zero padding to 4 bytes.

VT_UI2 (0x0012)

MUST be a 2-byte unsigned integer, followed by zero padding to 4 bytes.

VT_UI4 (0x0013)

MUST be a 4-byte unsigned integer.

VT_I8 (0x0014)

MUST be an 8-byte signed integer.

VT_UI8 (0x0015)

MUST be an 8-byte unsigned integer.

VT_INT (0x0016)

MUST be a 4-byte signed integer.

VT_UINT (0x0017)

MUST be a 4-byte unsigned integer.

VT_LPSTR (0x001E)

MUST be a CodePageString.

VT_LPWSTR (0x001F)

MUST be a UnicodeString.

VT_FILETIME (0x0040)

MUST be a FILETIME (Packet Version).

VT_BLOB (0x0041)

MUST be a BLOB.

VT_STREAM (0x0042)

MUST be an IndirectPropertyName. The storage representing the (non-simple) property set MUST have a stream element with this name.

VT_STORAGE (0x0043)

MUST be an IndirectPropertyName. The storage representing the (non-simple) property set MUST have a storage element with this name.

VT_STREAMED_OBJECT (0x0044)

MUST be an IndirectPropertyName. The storage representing the (non-simple) property set MUST have a stream element with this name.

VT_STORED_OBJECT (0x0045)

MUST be an IndirectPropertyName. The storage representing the (non-simple) property set MUST have a storage element with this name.

VT_BLOB_OBJECT (0x0046)

MUST be a BLOB.

VT_CF (0x0047)

MUST be a ClipboardData.

VT_CLSID (0x0048)

MUST be a GUID (Packet Version).

VT_VERSIONED_STREAM (0x0049)

MUST be a VersionedStream. The storage representing the (non-simple) property set MUST have a stream element with the name in the StreamName field.

VT_VECTOR | VT_I2 (0x1002)

MUST be a VectorHeader followed by a sequence of 16-bit signed integers, followed by zero padding to a total length that is a multiple of 4 bytes.

VT_VECTOR | VT_I4 (0x1003)

MUST be a VectorHeader followed by a sequence of 32-bit signed integers.

VT_VECTOR | VT_R4 (0x1004)

MUST be a VectorHeader followed by a sequence of 4-byte (single-precision) IEEE floating-point numbers.

VT_VECTOR | VT_R8 (0x1005)

MUST be a VectorHeader followed by a sequence of 8-byte (double-precision) IEEE floating-point numbers.

VT_VECTOR | VT_CY (0x1006)

MUST be a VectorHeader followed by a sequence of CURRENCY (Packet Version) packets.

VT_VECTOR | VT_DATE (0x1007)

MUST be a VectorHeader followed by a sequence of DATE (Packet Version) packets.

VT_VECTOR | VT_BSTR (0x1008)

MUST be a VectorHeader followed by a sequence of CodePageString packets.

VT_VECTOR | VT_ERROR (0x100A)

MUST be a VectorHeader followed by a sequence of 32-bit unsigned integers representing HRESULTs, as specified in [MS-DTYP] section 2.2.18.

VT_VECTOR | VT_BOOL (0x100B)

MUST be a VectorHeader followed by a sequence of VARIANT_BOOL as specified in [MS-OAUT] section 2.2.27, followed by zero padding to a total length that is a multiple of 4 bytes.

VT_VECTOR | VT_VARIANT (0x100C)

MUST be a VectorHeader followed by a sequence of TypedPropertyValue packets.

VT_VECTOR | VT_I1 (0x1010)

MUST be a VectorHeader followed by a sequence of 1-byte signed integers, followed by zero padding to a total length that is a multiple of 4 bytes.

VT_VECTOR | VT_UI1 (0x1011)

MUST be a VectorHeader followed by a sequence of 1-byte unsigned integers, followed by zero padding to a total length that is a multiple of 4 bytes.

VT_VECTOR | VT_UI2 (0x1012)

MUST be a VectorHeader followed by a sequence of 2-byte unsigned integers, followed by zero padding to a total length that is a multiple of 4 bytes.

VT_VECTOR | VT_UI4 (0x1013)

MUST be a VectorHeader followed by a sequence of 4-byte unsigned integers.

VT_VECTOR | VT_I8 (0x1014)

MUST be a VectorHeader followed by a sequence of 8-byte signed integers.

VT_VECTOR | VT_UI8 (0x1015)

MUST be a VectorHeader followed by a sequence of 8-byte unsigned integers.

VT_VECTOR | VT_LPSTR (0x101E)

MUST be a VectorHeader followed by a sequence of CodePageString packets.

VT_VECTOR | VT_LPWSTR (0x101F)

MUST be a VectorHeader followed by a sequence of UnicodeString packets.

VT_VECTOR | VT_FILETIME (0x1040)

MUST be a VectorHeader followed by a sequence of FILETIME (Packet Version) packets.

VT_VECTOR | VT_CF (0x1047)

MUST be a VectorHeader followed by a sequence of ClipboardData packets.

VT_VECTOR | VT_CLSID (0x1048)

MUST be a VectorHeader followed by a sequence of GUID (Packet Version) packets.

VT_ARRAY | VT_I2 (0x2002)

MUST be an ArrayHeader followed by a sequence of 16-bit signed integers, followed by zero padding to a total length that is a multiple of 4 bytes.

VT_ARRAY | VT_I4 (0x2003)

MUST be an ArrayHeader followed by a sequence of 32-bit signed integers.

VT_ARRAY | VT_R4 (0x2004)

MUST be an ArrayHeader followed by a sequence of 4-byte (single-precision) IEEE floating-point numbers.

VT_ARRAY | VT_R8 (0x2005)

MUST be an ArrayHeader followed by a sequence of 8-byte (double-precision) IEEE floating-point numbers.

VT_ARRAY | VT_CY (0x2006)

MUST be an ArrayHeader followed by a sequence of CURRENCY (Packet Version) packets.

VT_ARRAY | VT_DATE (0x2007)

MUST be an ArrayHeader followed by a sequence of DATE (Packet Version) packets.

VT_ARRAY | VT_BSTR (0x2008)

MUST be an ArrayHeader followed by a sequence of CodePageString packets.

VT_ARRAY | VT_ERROR (0x200A)

MUST be an ArrayHeader followed by a sequence of 32-bit unsigned integers representing HRESULTs, as specified in [MS-DTYP] section 2.2.18.

VT_ARRAY | VT_BOOL (0x200B)

MUST be an ArrayHeader followed by a sequence of VARIANT_BOOL as specified in [MS-OAUT] section 2.2.27, followed by zero padding to a total length that is a multiple of 4 bytes.

VT_ARRAY | VT_VARIANT (0x200C)

MUST be an ArrayHeader followed by a sequence of TypedPropertyValue packets.

VT_ARRAY | VT_DECIMAL (0x200E)

MUST be an ArrayHeader followed by a sequence of DECIMAL (Packet Version) packets.

VT_ARRAY | VT_I1 (0x2010)

MUST be an ArrayHeader followed by a sequence of 1-byte signed integers, followed by zero padding to a total length that is a multiple of 4 bytes.

VT_ARRAY | VT_UI1 (0x2011)

MUST be an ArrayHeader followed by a sequence of 1-byte unsigned integers, followed by zero padding to a total length that is a multiple of 4 bytes.

VT_ARRAY | VT_UI2 (0x2012)

MUST be an ArrayHeader followed by a sequence of 2-byte unsigned integers, followed by zero padding to a total length that is a multiple of 4 bytes.

VT_ARRAY | VT_UI4 (0x2013)

MUST be an ArrayHeader followed by a sequence of 4-byte unsigned integers.

VT_ARRAY | VT_INT (0x2016)

MUST be an ArrayHeader followed by a sequence of 4-byte signed integers.

VT_ARRAY | VT_UINT (0x2017)

MUST be an ArrayHeader followed by a sequence of 4-byte unsigned integers.

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